Because hygiene in food factories is an absolute necessity, equipment manufacturers daily develop solutions to ensure the safety of food processes.
EHEDG France and CFIA are honoring these efforts by awarding the "Hygienic Design Award" (PcH) for the fourth year.
Evaluated by an international jury of experts, the applications will be evaluated according to various criteria of innovation and hygienic design.
The purpose of this cryogenic injector is to cool the food ingredients during mixing, kneading or kneading operations. It incorporates the latest EHEDG recommendations in terms of hygiene: stainless steel, self-sealing and easy to clean.
This online refractometer uses a state-of-the-art optical system that extends its useful life, increases its reliability and safety, and reduces expenses. Once set in the factory, it provides the simplicity "install and forget" and many years of continuous operation.
The EPM conditions pre-doses of ingredients to avoid the storage of opened bags at the foot of the machines. Hygienic design, it is mobile and removable for easy and quick cleaning. EPM also improves productivity, ensures compliance with recipes and reduces arduous work.
As the ingredient water is qualified as a foodstuff, the reverse osmosis unit must respond to risk control in terms of health safety for the food industry. The equipment was therefore designed with the aim of integrating and implementing the design rules of the EHEDG.
This all stainless steel air conditioner, hygienic design allows to control ventilation, temperature and humidity in production premises in the food industry. It performs the functions of temperature maintenance, air humidity control and air mixing.
Pure Cleaning is a solution dedicated to the optimization of Cleaning In Place (CIP) processes in the food industry, designed by InUse and Elodys International, resulting in significant water savings and improvements in quality of CIPs in many production sites.